Highlands Motor Inn
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- High-speed internet in room
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
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... rock formations and the surrounding blue mountains and forests. We took to the skies on a glass bottom sky ride 270 metres above the forest, followed by a ride down into the rainforest on the worlds steepest railway, took a stroll around the rainforest floor before returning back to the top of the mountains in a cable car! Phew! What a way to see the blue mountains!
The glass bottom sky ride was amazing, well at least us girls thought it was. Mike maybe not so ...
... is very quiet, he doesn't say much. At 8, he tends to have his head hidden under his cap and shrugs his shoulders a lot. With a little patience, I'm slowly getting some smiles out of him. You just have to work out which button is the smiley button. Quinn at 14, has grown so tall and is a very nice young man. He doesn't go out much. I thought he would be off with his mates, but he's been happy to talk to us and join us in any of the trips we've done.
We've been out to the ...
... however so foggy couldn't see a thing. We were above the clouds. :( Headed to the Jenolan caves which was up and down the mountains and bit of a hairy drive the closer we got to the caves. (We made it thanks to Adams amazing champion driving). The caves were amazing, did a tour which was 1.5h inside the caves which were mind blowing! Drove back. Was going to head to lithgow however that route ...
... mind blowing – right across
the harbour and different islands, and seeing the Opera House in all its glory –
wow. You soon forget how high up you are
and enjoy what you are seeing. Our guide
(from Middlesborough!) took plenty of photos (you can’t take your camera for
obvious reasons) - I’ve added a few with this blog. Watching the sun going down was also
amazing. The only thing was it was very
windy – but ...
... incline to the valley floor, an elevated walk through the rainforest and a scenic skyway cable car floating out across the valley. The cost for the short rides is $35 per adult. We are staying at Palais Royale...a royal palace it is not but has charm and is very clean. It is so hot here today. Apparently Sydney people escape ...